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Searched for Non-Governmental Organisations in Gujarat, India. Matches found: 8
Trade union of poor, self-employed, unorganised women workers in India, founded by Elaben Bhatt, to provide them with work, income, food and social security; has bank, 84 cooperatives, training centres, healthcare centres; headquarters in Ahmedabad
2 Drishti Tel: +91-79-2560-1660
Team of media professionals engaged in cultivating awareness of gender justice, grassroots development, and human rights; uses media and the arts to build empowered communities that value self-expression and uphold human rights
3 Hansiba Tel: +91-79-2640-5784
Chandan Complex, Chimanlal Girdharlal Rd, Swastik Society, Ahmedabad, India    Map
Fashion brand launched by more than 15,000 rural & women artisans; an initiative by SEWA; offers hand-embroidered clothing, home furnishings & other products; has stores in Ahmedabad & Delhi
4 Shroffs Foundation Trust Tel: 0265-268-0702
Kalali, Vadodara, India    Map
Gujarat-based NGO involved in rural & tribal development, mainly in the drought- & flood-prone areas of Vadodara & Kutch; areas of activity include drudgery reduction, livelihood security, health, education, natural resource management etc
Leading consumer rights organisation based in Ahmedabad since 1978; protects consumer interests through use of research, media, law, advocacy, awareness campaigns, information dissemination; research institute recognised by Government of India
Organisation for environmental conservation & poverty alleviation among rural & tribal people in Gujarat, Rajasthan, & Madhya Pradesh; helps them use land & water resources wisely through afforestation & watershed development; offers training to NGOs
Non profit multi dimensional social organisation founded by Vinai Kumar Saxena in Ahmedabad; recognized by the Ministry of Law & Justice it has fought several issues of national importance against public & private sector, central & state governments
Organisation set up in 1997 to support & develop services for the deafblind in India; trains partner organisations, helps the deafblind see & hear through sense of touch, works for favourable legislation, & aids community-based rehabilitation   Contact us